Introducing Cal: A Practical Guide to Writing Computer-Assisted Learning Programs

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It is often the case - perhaps more often than not - that new ideas arrive long before there is the me ans to clothe and deli ver them. We can think ofLeonardo da Vinci's drawings of helicopters and submarines among many other examples. Computer-Assisted Learning (CAL) is an example of an idea which has had a particularly long gestation. As I will illustrate early in the book, the principles of CAL were really first discovered by Socrates. As a formal method of teaching, the Socratic method disappeared for over two ...

Introducing Cal: A Practical Guide to Writing Computer-Assisted Learning Programs 1984, Springer, London, England

ISBN-13: 9780412262302

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Introducing Cal: A Practical Guide to Writing Computer-Assisted Learning Programs 1984, Chapman & Hall, London, England

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